Unrest Continues Over Flying of British Union Flag


Police in riot gear stand with their armoured vehicles with bits of... News PhotoArmored Vehicle,Belfast,Belfast City Hall,Boundary,Brick,British Flag,Conflict,County Antrim,Day,Decisions,East,Garbage,Horizontal,Loyalty,Mode of Transport,Northern Ireland,Police Force,Riot,Standing,Throwing,UK,Violence,WarPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPPolice in riot gear stand with their armoured vehicles with bits of brick and rock thrown at police littering the floor during violence between, loyalists, nationalists and police in east Belfast, Northern Ireland on January 12, 2013 after the latest loyalist march against the decision to limit the days on which the Union Flag would be flown over Belfast City Hall. Northern Irish demonstrators loyal to Britain clashed with nationalists and police on Saturday in fresh protests against curbs on flying the British flag, leaving four officers injured, police said. The clashes were the latest to blight the British province after more than five weeks of violent disorder over the flag issue. AFP PHOTO / PETER MUHLY (Photo credit should read PETER MUHLY/AFP/Getty Images)